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About The Texas Collection

 

Established in 1923, The Texas Collection is a special library, archival research center, and the University Archive that collects, preserves, and provides access to materials documenting the history, heritage, and culture of Texas for the Baylor community and the public.

The Texas Collection’s holdings of books, archives, photographs, maps, newspapers, state documents, oral memoirs, and vertical files provide specialized published and primary materials for research into all phases of life in Texas. They are used not only by faculty, staff, and students of Baylor University, but also by visiting scholars and researchers from across the state, the nation, and other countries.

Learn more about The Texas Collection from their website.